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If you are the guardian of an indoor-only cat, you many wonder why you might need ID for your cat–and even if you did, what would you put on a cat ID tag? Here’s the thing, according to a recent ASPCA poll, around 15 percent of cat owners report having lost a cat at some
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Cats are inherently curious creatures. Anything that moves fast, makes noise, or looks interesting is bound to attract their attention, even if it’s something as simple as a piece of paper. While there is little in the way of scientific explanation for cats’ tendencies to “if it fits, I sits” in or on just about
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Dogs usually get all the attention for their proficient sniffers but the fact is that cats also have highly developed olfactory systems, allowing them to find out all kinds of things with their cute little button noses. It can be a little disturbing though when those cute button noses lead kitties to things we humans
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Why is My Cat Eating The Litter? Cats sometimes do mysterious things. And sometimes, to our shock, that includes eating cat litter. What in the world possesses a cat to eat cat litter—and is it even safe for them to eat? As it turns out, there are a lot of reasons why a cat might
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Let’s start with the simple answer–they’re not! While all-white cats are more prone to deafness than cats with color, it’s not an all-or-nothing thing. Actually, it’s quite fascinating so let’s dive right in. Are All-white Cats Rare? They are! All-white cats make up only about 5 percent of the general cat population. All-white cats lack
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Compulsively doomscrolling through Twitter last week, I stumbled upon a curious tweet that managed to distract me from Mike Pence’s fly for a few, fleeting minutes. The tweet claimed a magical cure to a common WFH frustration: kitties interrupting Zoom calls, pouncing on keyboards, and in general persistently vying for our attention while we’re working
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Incorporating the fantastic health benefits of pumpkin into your dog’s diet just got a whole lot easier thanks to this definitive list of our favorite pumpkin dog treat recipes. We’ve listed our pumpkin homemade dog treats from easiest (right from the can), to hardest (pumpkin cupcakes with peanut butter and cream cheese frosting). So there’s
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Plastic bags are magical, exciting objects to many cats. Some just love to play with the crinkly bags and bat them around. Others love to lick them. But why do cats lick plastic? There are a few reasons why cats might lick plastic. One of them, according to National Geographic, is an eating disorder called
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Not a substitute for professional veterinary help. Pet parents take cranberry supplements to support urinary tract and kidney health, a healthy immune system, and good blood pressure. But what about cranberry supplements for your dog? You’ll sometimes see cranberries listed as an ingredient in their regular food
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Trick-or-pumpkin treat! You’re not the only one who is ready for some pumpkin and pumpkin-flavored goodness as the leaves change. Pumpkin dog treats aren’t just a delicious bite of autumn—pumpkin can also be a healthy year-round ingredient in your dog’s nutrition plan. So, what makes pumpkin a
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Choosing a cat carrier is serious business. The right carrier will be comfortable for your cat, but also easy for you to carry. Most importantly, the carrier needs to be able to protect your cat. Just about everyone I know has had a flimsy carrier fall apart.
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This post contains affiliate links. Read more here. Birds are funny, quirky critters. When you start really looking at them—their funny flexible feet, their useful beaks, it’s not hard to believe they’re living dinosaurs, Parrots are smart, funny—and particular enough to remind you of your friends with finicky felines. Our little dinosaur, Mango, is a
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